Advanced and flexible Lighting Control

The right light when you need it!

LED iBond offers a range of light control and management solutions designed to control light flux by detecting actual vehicle or people movement, daylight level and time of day to complete dynamic lighting scenarios for an entire area.

This simple but powerful self-contained plug-and-play solutions  improves the lighting experience, increase safety and maximize energy savings. 

Key Benefits

  • Simple but powerful self-contained plug-and-play solution
  • Movement control with IR/microwawe sensors
  • Grouping and zone control
  • Advanced logic across zones
  • Fully programmable lighting scanarios
  • Twilight functionality
  • Daylight controlled lighting
  • Master/slave configuration
  • Remote or Tablet control
  • Battery back-up for emergency lighting
  • DALI V2.0 support

Levels of Functionality


This Basic Light Control can turns on the light when moving cars or people are detected. The optional daylight sensors can prevent light from turning on during the daytime to save energy.



This master/slave based system lets you group areas into light zones and dim light to zwilight level, when there is no cars or passangers are moving. 
Programming is easy on-site via a remote control.


The Advanced Light Management is a fully programmable solution enabling time scheduled and multi-zone lightscenarios and logic across an unlimited number of light zones.

The cloud-based solution can be operated from anywhere via a tablet or a PC via WiFi.

Battery back-up for emergency lights is available for all levels.

How it works

LediBonds powerful Smart Light Managament solution is based on an application master controller with build-in motion sensor and daylight monitoring function. 
Up to 25 slave sensors can be connected to a single master controller to form a complete self-contained light control solution that can control a larger number (>50) of power supplies driving LED luminaires.

Daylight monitoring function
The master daylight sensor can tell the difference between natural light and artificial light from a lamp and will switch off the luminaires when ambient light is bright enough. When ambient light is below a target
level, light is controlled by motion detection only.

Motion detection
Whan the motion sensors detects cars or people, the luminous flux is adjusted from e.g. a low power level (twilight) to higher light intensity, suitable for the presence of people and traffic.
Motion detection by any of the sensors in the solution, will trigger light to be turned on.
When no motion is detected, the light will automatically be dimmed to the lower twilight level for a period before light turns off completely to save energy.

Grouping into light Zones
Lighting in e.g. parking facilities covering larger areas
can be even more dynamic and energy efficient if facilities are devided into multiple light zones.
Each light zone can then be controlled by its own self-contained master controller connected with multiple slave motion sensors. The use of zones will ensure that light is
only applied in areas with actual people and vehicle
movement and save energy.

UN SDG 13 - Climate action

Climate Action

As a leading technology developer, LED iBond facilitates and supports the propagation of energy-saving LED-technology for climate improvements.